Laura Gilmore Anderson
A Longford business has thrown its weight behind an ongoing campaign to aid local woman Laura Gilmore Anderson as she continues her brave fight against cancer.
Longford Fitness, which is located at the county town's N4 Axis Centre, is hosting a charity spinathon this Saturday.
All proceeds are to go to a huge online fundraiser called 'Help Laura Heal her Cancer'.
Two women are to appear in court next week charged in connection to an alleged violent assault on another woman which forced a department store in Longford town to close yesterday.
The courageous Longford native, who is the proud daughter of Brendan and Ann Gilmore, has been battling neuroendocrine cancer for the best part of two years after her cancer went misdiagnosed for three years.
The Longford public are being urged to get behind this latest appeal with spin sessions available at €10.
Booking is essential while group bookings are also available.
Donations are likewise welcome. For more details and to book your slot text Tess on (085) 7607248. Alternatively, details surrounding the event can be found on Longford Fitness' Facebook page.
The event itself is scheduled to start at 9:30am and conclude at 1:30pm.
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